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March 16th, 2009, 01:41 PM
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Last Thursday at my check up the midwife I saw told me so thought the baby seemed to be "slightly posterior."
Since then I've been trying watch tv on my hands and knees to help try to get him to flip over, but I don't know that its working. I've never had this with either of my first LO's. So now everytime I'm sitting or laying down I poke and try to feel how the baby is positioned and I think I'm going to worry myself sick. The MW had offered to do a quick u/s in the office to see how the baby was positioned, but I didn't feel it was necessary. I'm hoping this Thursday when I have my appointment I will see one of the other midwives (there are 3) and see what they think. Could the baby still move into anterior position before labor or even while in labor? I've been doing some reading and find so much conflicting information. I just don't want anything to take away my plans for my waterbirth.
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